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ANP Test 1

human Structure

QuestionAnswer
Atoms that gain or lose electrons become electrically charged and are called: Ions
The mechanism in which molecules or ions spread randomly from areas of higher concentration to areas of lower concentration diffusion
The hand is_____to the shoulder distal
An example of this process is the exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide in the lungs. Diffusion
The head is _____ to the feet superior
An atom represents the smallest substance of elements
In human body the condition of a stable internal environment is called homeostasis
Which is the maximum number of electrons that occupy the 3rd electron shell of an atom? 8
Which occurs through a membrane because of gravity or pressure? filtration
Organelles are usually found within the; cytoplasm of the cell
Which refers to a lengthwise plane that divides the body into right and left sagittal plane
Atom with a complete (maximum no. of allowable electrons)outer shells are referred to as inert
An atom consisting of 3 protons, 4 neutrons, and 3 electrons has an atomic weight of 7
The "work bench of the cell"these maze-like structures are the surface upon which proteins and lipids are made; Endoplasmic reticulum
Which structures contain digestive enzymes, a type of acid: lysosomes
Which wrap proteins and lipids in a saran wrap like package Golgi Bodies
Consisting primarily of water, it is the gel-like intracellular fluid within the cell membrane. All organelles float in this cytoplasm
Within the cell there are structures that are necessary for the cell to live. They are called organelles
Which are considered to be the cell's power plant or energy generator mitochondria
Small granules of Rna and protein produce larger protein molecules to be used by the cell and the body ribosomes
Levels of biological organization atom, molecule, macromolecule, organelle, cell, tissue, organ, systems,organism
Chains that form a carbohydrate from smallest monosaccharide, disacharides, polysacharides.
Chains that form protein amino acids, peptides , polypeptides
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